Milhouse of Sand and Fog

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! "Milhouse of Sand and Fog" is the third episode of the seventeenth season of The Simpsons. It originally aired September 25, 2005. The show starts in church. During Reverend Lovejoy's sermon, Maggie is caught scratching herself with a hymnal. Marge takes away the book, discouraged also by the fact that Homer is flossing his teeth with the bookmark string. Marge takes Maggie to the AME Church to see Dr. Hibbert, who diagnoses Maggie with chicken pox. Later at home, Maggie is given oven mitts to prevent her scratching; she cannot resist scratching herself and takes the mitts off with ease. She finds other ways to scratch herself (e.g. a cheese grater). Inspired by Flanders' suggestion of purposely exposing the boys to the chicken pox, Homer invites all the neighborhood kids over to the Simpson house for a "pox party" (at $15 a pop). He ends up catching it himself, by drinking from Maggie's milk bottle, having no childhood immunity ending up scratching himself with Bart and Lisa. One good thing comes of it, though: After a having a few custom Margaritas, Milhouse's parents reconcile.


Editor Frederic P. Miller

Editor Agnes F. Vandome

Editor John McBrewster

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GTIN 9786131692031

Language English

Pages 112

Product type Paperback

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